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It seems that this still not possible in Safari. For Firefox, there is a browser extension called Geolocater which does exactly what you want, but the latest reviews seem to indicate it is not compatible with the current version of Firefox. Chrome has this functionality built-in in the Developer Console. Press ⌥ + ⌘ + I, go to the Console tab and inside ...
That's not total battery used, it's the percentage of battery used out of all battery used for the last 4 days. So you started out with 100% battery on monday and on friday you had 80% left. If safari is listed as 74%, then that means about 15% of the 20% was used by safari.
Newer versions of Safari use the em-dash instead of n-dash. Example: Safari — iOS 9.3 — iPhone You can find it under the punctuation section of the Character Picker.
You can try the following: In Preferences (cmnd+,) Privacy: Check: Allow from websites I visit. Remove all website data.. Prompt for each website one time only Ask websites not to track me Notifications: Remove all Extensions: Disable them all for now. Search: Untick all and only tick: Enable quick website search Quit (cmnd+Q) and re-open the ...
You can reset your login keychain by opening Keychain Access from /Applications/Utilities and in Preferences selecting Reset My Default Keychain. Be aware of the statement shown beside the reset button.
12 minutes in 4 days - but keep in mind other apps may pull up a Safari view, and iOS may be counting that depending on the method the apps use to do it. Twitter and Mail are two likely culprits there.
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